1:1 Alumni Chat: Geetika Kalloo '08 (Doctoral Student in Epidemiology, Brown University School of Public Health)
Alumni panelists from the Thursday evening Field Guide will be available for informal one-on-one chats with students. Sign up to talk with alumni about their path from Middlebury to where they are today, how they have applied what they learned in school to help them build their careers, and how students might pursue a similar path.
1:1 Alumni chats are private, one-on-one conversations, approximately 20 minutes in length.
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After you attach your resume and submit, you will immediately receive an email from Handshake asking you to select a time. You must select a time slot in order to confirm your one-on-one alumni chat.
Geetika Kalloo is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Department of Epidemiology at Brown University School of Public Health interested in environmental determinants of perinatal and pediatric health. Her work investigates how exposure to mixtures of commonly found environmental chemicals, such as those found in personal care products, pesticides, household air, and dust, during pregnancy will impact both the physical and neurological development of children. Previous to her doctoral work Geetika served as an Epidemiologist and Quality Initiatives Project Manager for the Department of Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center where she was responsible for all epidemiological reporting for surgical services. After the completion of her doctorate, Geetika will be starting a post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University School of Public Health studying the health effects of climate change in vulnerable populations.